Turnitin’s Acquisition of ExamSoft


Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP represented Turnitin in the transaction.

Turnitin, a leading provider of academic integrity and assessment solutions, executed its acquisition of ExamSoft from private equity firm Spectrum Equity.

ExamSoft is a software-based assessment platform that empowers educational institutions and certification and licensure programs to protect exam integrity, streamline assessment processes, and improve learning outcomes.

Headquartered in Oakland, Calif., Turnitin is a global company, with international offices in Australia, India, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands and the U.K., among other places. Over 15,000 academic institutions, publishers and corporations use its products.

Michael Traube (Picture) led the HHR team, which also included Ken Lefkowitz, Matthew Syrkin, Alan Kravitz, Jim Fitzpatrick, Spencer Harrison, Patrice Jean, Nitzan Weizmann, Samuel Hurt, Shams Billah, Justin Cohen, Alexander Rahn, Nathalie Rey, Danielle Rosen, Lynn Russo and Arthur Souza-Rodrigues.

Involved fees earner: James Fitzpatrick – Hughes & Hughes Abogados; Shams Billah – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Justin Cohen – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Spencer Harrison – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Samuel Hurt – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Patrice Jean – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Alan Kravitz – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Kenneth Lefkowitz – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Alexander Rahn – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Nathalie Rey – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Danielle Rosen – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Lynn Russo – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Arthur Souza Rodrigues – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Matthew Syrkin – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Michael Traube – Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Nitzan Weizmann – Hughes Hubbard & Reed;

Law Firms: Hughes & Hughes Abogados; Hughes Hubbard & Reed;

Clients: ExamSoft Worldwide;

Author: Ambrogio Visconti